I wish I could see the pink nightgown, but I think if it had been laundered post-blood spatter, that would be very easy to figure out. I believe the pillow was taken into evidence. And I'm confused about how you're tying those bloodstains to the night of the crime. Patsy herself can't say whether there were already bloodstains, claims JonBenet picked her nose and sometimes had nosebleeds. We know the housekeeper hadn't been around for a week. Patsy doesn't seem to remember changing the sheets or pillowcases. How do you know the nosebleed theory isn't correct? Anyway, the sheets and the pillowcases are in evidence and apparently didn't help to solve this crime. JonBenet had no bleeding head wounds (external). Seems to me that Steve Thomas or Kolar would have been onto this. At any rate, unless the blood pattern is consistent with an injury to JonBenet (are you thinking the vaginal injury caused bleeding onto the pillow?) But my main question is: which wine cellar item had Burke's DNA (aside from the presents that he apparently admitted he snooped - they were his birthday presents, IIRC)?